1/72 Academy, the second of my Kittyhawks so far, I modified a few things, finished in Humbrol and MM enamels with Tamiya X22, + X21 over Aussie and Badger decals. Flown by Flt Lt Les Jackson DFC and Bar with […]
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1/72 Hasegawa, the first of my three kittyhawks so far, I fitted some brass tube and wire to the propeller, finished in MM enamels with MM 10000 and 30000 acrylics over Aussie decals, flown by Flt Sgt D A Smyth.
Here’s another selection of the color schemes carried by the Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk/Warhawk during its extensive service career. All artwork has been kindly contributed by Mr Rick Kent. In 1939, Curtiss-Writght went about developing a fighter to replace the P-40B/C […]
Finally done after a year. Flown by the awesome Lt. George Preddy of the 9th FS /49th based at Darwin , Australia February 1942. After this he came back to USA and joined the 352nd FG Cheers Brian
I believe this kit was a re-pop of a Hasagawa kit, but I could be wrong. Started some time ago but lost interest so it sat for six months. Finally finished her and is another three foot model added to […]
This is the last of my 2014 builds, and as always one of Airfix’s new tools and a joy to build. Finished with the kit decals and using Tamiya paints.
Czech Air Force Tiger Meet 2013. I used the Aries cockpit set on this one, painted with Lifecolors and the decals are from AML
This model depicts a 5 Sqd SAAF aircraft in the Western Desert. They were used mainly in a ground attack role and were quite successful in disrupting the Axis supply lines in the Battle of El Alamein. This was an […]
This kit build is done by my child best friend and neighbor In 70 we build kit together later teenage years he abandoned this hobby.After many years he wished again to build he year 2000 made this model and again […]
Being very partial to RAAF desert camouflage, I couldn’t resist this Hasegawa 1/48 scale kit. Goes together beautifully. The ‘No Orchids” cowling panel was apparently moved to successive aircraft , hence the green background to this bit.. The build was […]